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Cannot get closed caption off Sony TV

Has nothing to do with cable, 60' big screen, I just got cable a week ago. It been doing this for a long time, ever since I got a new part. I cut off the closed caption and nothing happens. Pluse I get on a nothe line something like: #@$^$^&(&^^%% jibberish like this and it might shoe a pluse the name of the program and what channel. it's annoying.

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I think you are talking about on-screen display.
Please press " i " (info) button on TV remote to get ride of on-screen display.

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